Failing, Losing, Winning and More

I’ve realized I have been writing a lot lately around the topic of losing and failing. I decided I better figure out why this topic has been on my mind. If you’ve read any of my last few posts such as Failing Towards Success, Everyone Loses, Especially Winners, or Winning With Chocolate then you know […]

The 100 Project

Intentionally developing relationships with people in my life

I had an idea. What if I could improve my relationships with several people in my life over the course of a set period of time, by being intentional about my interactions with them? Would it make their life better? Would it improve mine? Would I be able to actually make a difference? What would […]

Your Hands Are Talking Too Much

Are your hands saying too much? Are they giving away all your secrets? They may be, and you aren’t even realizing it. For example… Playing with your ring finger may be indicating that you’re having challenges in your relationships. Touching your right eye may mean you’re struggling to see how a new idea applies to […]

You’re special… but nobody is special

I had a stark realization the other day while driving. All my life I had been told by loved ones and leaders that I could accomplish anything I wanted if I worked hard enough. They gave me encouragement on why I could succeed and how much potential I had. I always believed that. I always […]

Everyone Loses, Especially Winners

Like many I watched the Super Bowl this past weekend. It’s always been an enjoyable time for my family, watching the pinnacle of a tough fought season. It’s hard to not have great respect for the accomplishment. As the game evolved, I sat in awe watching the momentum shifting, as Atlanta failed to maintain their […]

Failing Towards Success

I once knew a very successful business leader who would often say “Fail Fast!” I had another friend who would regularly teach others to “Fail Forward!” More recently I came across a quote that said “If you want to speed up your success, double your rate of failures.” What is it about failure that is […]